Diocesan News

Prince of Peace Radio Program Spreads Culture of Life

by Linda Reeves

FORT PIERCE, Fla. (CNS) – A new radio program launched in the Palm Beach Diocese in June with a focus on shedding light on pro-life issues and sharing ways to get involved in promoting the culture of life in the not-so-pro-life world.

Organizers believe the program may be the only one of its kind in Florida, if not in the U.S., that is broadcast from a site across the street from an abortion clinic.

“We are doing battle on the frontlines,” said Anne Lotierzo, a parishioner of St. Joseph parish in Stuart, who hosts “CrossRoads” with Duane Berreth, a parishioner of St. Mark the Evangelist in Fort Pierce.

“We like being at the front lines. That is where the battle is,” Lotierzo said in an interview with the Florida Catholic, Palm Beach’s diocesan newspaper.

“CrossRoads” airs on WJPP 100.1 FM (Prince of Peace Radio) that reaches listeners in areas of Stuart, Palm City, Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce.

“You won’t hear the issues we will cover on mainstream media,” said Lotierzo about the program, which has commentary, guests, special features and discussions with a Catholic, pro-life perspective.

The station also broadcasts live at www.wjppfm.com.

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